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IN RE INGALLS, PETITIONER, 139 U. S. 548 (1891)
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In re Ingalls, Petitioner, 139 U.S. 548 (1891)
In re Ingalls, Petitioner
Submitted March 16, 1891
Decided March 23, 1891
139 U.S. 548
No application to this Court for a writ of error will be entertained, except when a Justice of this Court, upon consideration of the record, has deemed it proper, under special circumstances, to endorse thereon a request that counsel be permitted to proceed in that way.
The case is stated in the opinion.
This is an application for a writ of error made to the Court in session, under the apprehension on the part of counsel that it was directed to be so presented. We have therefore considered it, with the result that the writ must be denied. Dale Tile Mfg. Co. v. Hyatt, 125 U. S. 46; Walter A. Wood Co. v. Skinner, ante, 139 U. S. 293.
We wish it to be distinctly understood that in future, no such application will be entertained except when a Justice of this Court, upon consideration of the record, has deemed it proper, under special circumstances, to endorse thereon a request that counsel be permitted to proceed in that way.
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